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Win tickets for the BTCC finale

Win tickets with Dunlop to see the 2012 BTCC champion crowned
After a dramatic weekend of racing at Silverstone, the BTCC title fight is now a four-way affair heading to Brands Hatch for the season finale – and you could be there courtesy of the series' title sponsor Dunlop.

A double win at Silverstone has seen Jason Plato roar back into contention in his MG but he has work to do on the Brands Hatch GP circuit if he wants to win a third title, with Honda's Gordon Shedden holding a 15 point lead.

Plato's double win was all the more remarkable as he'd been forced to start race three from the back of the grid after being forced out of race two with a engine issue – with led to the MG team being forced into an engine change before race three, which he came through to win.

Shedden has been in contention for the title in the past but has never led into the final round before, with the Scot eager to join countrymen John Cleland and Jim Clark on the list of championship winners. His team-mate Matt Neal can also still retain his championship but saw his hopes take a massive knock at Silverstone after he failed to finish any of the three races while Andrew Jordan has a slim chance of beating the top three.

Jordan also tops the Indy standings going into the finale, with Rob Collard, Mat Jackson and Tom Onslow-Cole giving chase.

With plenty of action expected on track, you can be there to catch it all live with Dunlop offering no fewer than 40 pairs of tickets for race day on 21st October.

One of those 40 will win a pair of VIP passes which will include hospitality, the opportunity to go on the grid prior to one of the races and full access Brands Hatch's infield paddock.

To enter the competition, simply CLICK HERE.


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BTCC Title contenders, Matt Neal (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic, Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Honda Civic, Jason Plato (GBR) MG KX Momentum Racing MG6 GT and Andrew Jordan (GBR) Pirtek Racing Honda Civic
Jason Plato (GBR) MG KX Clubcard Fuel Save MG6 GT
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer
Gordon Shedden (GBR) Honda Yuasa Racing Team Honda Civic Tourer

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Taz

October 10, 2012 9:19 PM

@adam Your serious??? Plato has bleated louder than anyone to get his own way and does some highly questionable moves....driving sheddon clean on the track at Donnington and a good few others. The rest are no angels but he doesn't deserve that title this year, Shedden has driven quickly, consistently and cleanly and is fully deserving of the title. I used to like Plato but I've found his outbursts post race and driving hard to stomach this year.

Bobby B - Unregistered

October 11, 2012 8:55 PM

Plato, Neal and Shedden may have all questioned the equalisation rules throughout the season, but the difference is that the two Honda drivers have done it with dignity. Shedden has driven very well this season and thoroughly deserves the title. Whereas Plato has been nothing short a bully on track while his attitude off track has been atrocious. Many people including David Bartum and Matt Neal will vouch for that.



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